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  • #16

    As of today, it's my Ibanez AS-73. Neck pickup is a late 70's Dimarzio dual sound, set up with a phase switch, volume, 6 way tone capicator selector switch ( Bypass, .001, .22, .47, .69, .94) then tone. The bridge is an unknown Duncan (Damn those paper labels!) and has a series/single/parallel, vol, and .22 tone. The neck has about 80\% of the finish removed, and has a bone nut. bought it from a pawn shop near seattle for around 60 bucks! 1 of 5 guitars I will never part with.

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    My Music: www.soundclick.com/bands/default.cfm?bandID=440762 Some of my guitars: 64 or so Domino Beatle bass; 70 Epiphone ET260 bass 73 Ibanez 2398; 79 Epiphone Genesis; 79 Manoman; 78 Gibson L6S; 95 Ibanez JS-700; 04 Samick Lasalle JZ3: 05 Ibanez AS73; 07 Gary Kramer Simulator T and quite a few others.

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    • #17

      Last Sunday:

      mm

      Tomorrow morning:

      g

      Tomorrow afternoon:

      lp

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      Visit Crash Pad at:
      http://CrashPadBand.com
      CONSUME!:
      http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/crashpad
      Gear List/Pics:
      https://sites.google.com/site/briankrashpad/

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    • #18

      The guitar I'm literally playing at all gigs is my partscaster... a piece of this and a piece of that.  Dimarzio SDS-1 in the bridge position, early 70's pups in the mid and neck.  Leveled, tuned and "pinged" neck, with a single Fender roller tree, and 70's era Fender tuners.  Graphtech nut and saddles keep it in tune.  Vintage two screw trem with a steel block.  The ****************er screams through my dual Marshalls (JCM 900 2500 MKIII w/1960A and JCM 2000 DSL100 w/1960A).

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      My band "The Executives" website : TheExecutivesMusic.com

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